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Ma^ic Kcljv: A Mother fl s veorkin' in a laundry, He n-'? 'o help us out. s.,?.?* Ins oo??: that he discharged bias? I knc on and it's illegal,? Bit ? n?< other way for us to manage. II - ? ? -? ne. pood rtdds Thc He says he seen him up First Avenue. Monday, ?,'?*. ? I afca-Un too, both dr.-nk. "Martin, what did you do?" Ma. I run a block!" I've sat out in the hall-way ?in' for the morniii': eery place we lived we w.is put out of i m too heavy for my rniUllSB ' it? they loo there and langhin'; partes walked a step from that day on. The chile - First, there's Jim. h ?.?my In Texas, at the war. Miss. And fifty cents a day is what he earn?. ever sends a cent. He drinks it all. and He has to pay for ?have? and extra laundry. Jim's twenty-two. I trrcte his captan '? du nothing. Then Johnnie, : ama since Augu?t, Twas Jim that put him in the Army. I never signed for him; not me. I wouldn't. ? took the father to the recruiting sarpreant. Himself, beinjr drunk, sip-ned up for John to go. John se^ds me home a d ? he is now He'* rever paid at a',1. Why can't they let me have my Johnnie back? I've wrote the War .Department, 'twas a law Took up the ease. Says Jal n should ask his captain; no one can compel Jim to send money. country needs the soldiers. (An' they drlnkin' And runnin* with thi- women ! What kind of fe?ers would they be to Agfct?) There'? this much in the Army; The-y'r?? ?"ree to live their lives without folks point ? our old man. Jimmy'.'" Or. "Father'.s on tlu> street outside of Kinr.e Help me to bring him home." Sn times my Jol . his father in. pawri th* ' hn give him. : walk th? 'er aimo*t bjbJu TaaCBJ probation fellers They'll always take a ma:.'.* word drunk or sober. Then th-???'- Us j S c'rl at six dollar?. fl *h Andy's (I .ill we have to live on. Then ?Andy.?you know him. Miss,? And Martin (that's the little one). I've had tro ? Dg my Martin. *hat. ?ice. : do you know, a- ! ? ?.? ? Kelly? DuRdTHV KR'iWN. - and less like a real human and more like a perfe-ct aci?.."- ??-tairai Piske. W ladies p?-op'e? Poi '? r I.-. and singing 'he well known anthem, - Hit Dl AWN oi OUR OWN SAMUEI l'iV\ s Fer ?? to dinner, and had an Bl wu- the ? year. My Lord Wood row hath done naug- be right, as few think *.y be wrong, a.* many thu L, bs *? 1 do not know. If ? '. I -houlil go to ? : than -' .ay at the I igh, my first in many yea-?. J. Darling the draughl me to dinner with m??. and we had veal, which !.? 'nan I did; ar.d a raspberry pa-' fui a thing M eve ? merry ar -. I Mr. 0. P. Hi ? 1 liked th Patrieia'a saserer *o Morri-. wka asks hi "We ha-.e no ram?--** there," ?a;. *?n recall. "Y,?u ? vbody if you know his name." To the office, and f< - ? Helen S-"", as I do, Hea-? *"r! All day at the office, labouring at things, and home in the evening to work some more. Wa er-o-s Mr. ( hostsrton (".Magic") bases his "American'' ?iaiect.?it is wor-e than Mr. Wells's in ".Mr. Britling Sees It on the dis * '?ight or nine Americans he ha? '. e calculate all of I reckon-' and "tan lh all hemlock! Th?* ?hat ancient "The bells of hell go ting-aling-a .'- r Here ll aim'he: ?nj tha' H. W. heard at Amiet-. [I also may bs -"?M Stuff. He ? ' .*, ye beggari. ? Kritannia rule* the ??ry-?e?, Ard times, abort time? ??' : ? fl| Shoe ?-' sei si 'i??* tan b' ret longs >?? ? the ',*rmin arm | .-'and. ?Speaking for es I ? ha*'? more fountain pens than 'ln-y *??'. ' , ip that, ?f h" win Ubi ? Ti ; ?enni? rwtkai b* awarded V> him. Th' -nTl don't contribute because they need anything,?any . | - n The ama'' MKN. MAIDS. AND ALICE ,,an ?jring men. tktj ?EM he divided into three ?"?MMil moat comer, lently. There ii the girl who will a nave to offer. M louf as y| ' m?sone else csn offer lome ttnaf ;,, r K?r| vou discard sitdt f?tu ?-alad day* are BBS, sroand ?with y?>u as ??*** as yo rtojtl'r- ., m rne ai! th.* cm?-?" * are *?**? ; Ska IS a one, 'I HE Girl, who will ? | ,'ing .IrJag her to preta-ntious affairs, at ? lard for the man -?at ?/, lining her. And sks ?*?Vher ""? ? ?"????'? Moban. "The management ,?? says the f\s amme, "will ***? it * ,r. at this theatre will report any ?***Jl I the employe" '" '???' Manager." n?tt tee. ther? Ida. ? ?the ?? "'? *****'>'. Karr, . ?wait the sound of the wuistie." I . V A. .Art Exhibitions Eastern Pottery and Painting ?Sales and Other Mat ters of Interest -*. ?o tai i auction rooms porc^'.a.r.'? ?ni! cn'or print? aiTordr?: - - ontact be'.Amer ter and the art < conditions have been r.n?-. When the Japan Bi 111] it ? grou-H ?fapane..? tlr -? but a Tear later ' fs ' aged to Bsakfl a display of early Olioal ,1 wa? w* ward??d '"or its pain?. The time i? com Bg *? nar. the whole ? , . - ont?. Il be extraordinarily ill Jin BBt? in th St will be when ? IMBfln now bu?: . I i.trate the revs an ancient At the Anderson (Jalleries a . 1'. ? na? beeii on v:? ,,1J to-moi ?. noons. It ?s rompe ? ?riii? if '.- - considerab i much boeu' . col hough theSfl are good a? a the piece ? exam i taagulei - ? ? ? . Si ec of rea i i -bed pott?-: show. In I . fea* of 1 i figure?, dating fro T'hnjr Dvnasfy .No- girl - ?o ?"me of them m ? I Bsaller pat ? "Landj i - hn\r .i tentions werks, dekei. and held Bl ? ot" an deal ? nine?.* ???? rat! ? u fully testifying dor. % \- -bese ?ame galleri? on e> ings ot' Februar embra by ni; ? ?rave liinr.,, R a i o n reseir The ' ? ? from ? Heyt, Will Stewart K* i*. eol l?cte?i I . ? / I I this instil ? ' U re i- : ? ? The print - .-. hnsr ait has Bot i h?*i'e for i li Gallery ;. '?liphael THE BOY GIRL IS SHOWN \ i..i?*i Itereereafl Haa TMIe Fart in Ne?? Bluebird Piles te ;? "Thfl ? ? the on loom. .las. ?? BBflBfl ?? ? ? charming young person. who c . boy until : overtake? h?r and put? ideal i Jacqueline, but heart on ha i ?>voiild i ? hi daurhf.-r as?ume?l t!.e ine ?"gnu ? Beb R :? de? rided thai ihe i I i | I pline ' ?'id then . ran a-.? " own - : ?h? t?. Fancv placing ? i remium on ma'i ? B and diffirulty. ? i a manly ! .. \I<. -i a? "thi $2.200 FOR JADE BURNER PAID AT CHINESE ART SALE .*?t a en-lm h r'ei-t?'ui **|ie, mien *tf i h'ien-l.unf- IVrintl R'ini? lliKli l?n. r *s ?-n l'.i ! ? 'I :p'>'i ?er'can A? ? for anotr* 'ha "| u ; x \\ r, Imperial i . ? . I I. Fai rflflr gave ' for i? ' th? for *>' \\ anani-A?*: purchased tat a lapi?-'a/ul: ttinod inren.e ? made of natural ?ton?* . ?o?al of the leanon ?p.? s ?i ?a ?ale continue? thi? afternoon Last Church Pcniion Collection Thfl ISfll eerie rai ci ?act on ffl ? ?on i hureh l'en? e?. fam?, t ? ? ? ? ???,, . i ? .. ?late ?? ' tet '.,. pltrtiea ol the !'?"'-? MRS. BYRNE GIVES A THEATRE PARTY Also Entertains at Dance for Three of the Sea? son's Debutantes PLAYS AT PLAZA BENEFIT CHARITY Frederick William Kobbe to Wed Miss Helen Jay Du Bois Mrs. J;::i*? Byrne gave a 'neatre rartv | for Misa Le.!." Bad HiSI Teresa d.'bu'ante? of the season. took b?r gaeeti ? ase "I-ove o' ?o .?berry', for danc? ing. The theati- g?.t?-.? included Miss I Boa tington, If ist Josephine de , l?ersdorff, . Whitney. V ?; ahe'n How? ard. M ' "!ne <"ar*"y. M I Kate ' Haven. M ?? K? ??n Damrosch, Mi?? Aatatattfl Mai Pauline Bacor. .?: ?- 6a Chaalar, M.?? Jeannette Jen nmg?. Mi?? Mary Alexander. Richard ? ? ? v ? ? its . '.iaunce ? BSBSi jr., ?'har!'-? ft Beary Warren, jr.. p Keaa, I!. Th Groat enor. Murray Hoi .?r.i i: es, Philip h nn?i Mac? 1 cullo. Ah? dreai -rue?'?, attended ? the dal Under tl t American Ami . ? There I ih ing? rat Igne, and ? . the H? ni B? '?dman i "The ' taaeared ;. Isa Bvrn'*. "(1 fll I.a Buadarifl and ano. ' ' loseoh il. i *tti - ? Ma'ra, m Whitmso. M Otl i H. Kahi I'M- .la .S | ll. II ? ? IM - ..r Comraitl it. of M r. V inttetd. Mr? J? - \( ?? ? i ?ra,; a Harriflaan, i j Lso ? ? ? m ? ?s . m Best M Ira. G? I ..?.. s. s r ,'r a-s ^ r-I M ?. r - ? ? e . an non. - - th? ? z?er t ? 4 gfl ? :mh.?? sad i. * flflfliaber of ?he Union, s- \i ? !ub?. Mi i d '?'?- Mai ihsll Field, Sd. who ? v Y V, Breitang z?\e i? ?Inner gas-? ? -iav at her home. 11? r Mrs, Will . Reginald W'g'.arn. Mrs, Thorna? ' ham, Mrs. Richard V. Uadel - i' leaos, Misa Kdith Van ' Ceartlaadt Jay, Misa Joseph in? Attar? ..nd Mifl. Jane Wa:d. Kurke will give a talk 'A a . . ' . ||r,:r ?, , ?, ? the Litt!? Theatre n-? Sunday evening. ; '?? BatrOBOBOOfl in'iuale Mrs. Roh?.' K. Drcxel, Mrs. <Iar Bs? ? ? ihraafl Bad Mrs. W Kellosves Morgan. I tr. ' the, pro? . \i i? Georg* H? ary w ?? roi Avenue. ?field have P ? tO SI . .a | '?! ? - : p, Mrs. Jafl Mr- ' Harr.man and M | - CARDINAL GIBBONS HEARS WOMEN S PLEA FOR THE VOTE ?laiurits ?,f I atholi? Dclea-ation M? appointed bs I'relale? \tlitude ' i v delegation of rronoa from Bo* "siladelph.i woman suffrag? <"ard; ? ? - ?^a- ? - 'ippoied Ifl th? ?? o roflflflal ?nd other ao B the tiag fl -hould hav? 4 rard ? ardi?al '.:bbor.? was r. ;? onpo?: ?voman iufr??- H? Bald: \ ?? . ..-ss? e has held for fifty veara." ? i-mil' ed. but ?es-erai ?a:d *h? Cardiaal'fl atti- ? tude inclined them to be encouraged. ?> Yacht in Drydock Burns: 3 Hart Three easptoycs la th? ?hpvard of ? an, rottoatrill?, "-taten I?l .. .re scorched and bruised ; ? day. when th?. gaaolena tank o* ? Normania. on ? a -ye a* work, exploded. was ifl drydock. Tbfl boa', which ! :. *va? owned by William !.. Voue. of Molme. III. To Remodel Fifth Avenue Church . Fifth A??nue Baptift Chnrch .??d nar -n ?. fldflllfld i a ? ?re,? :,\er\ l!<. ration, ?r. . ? .-?iiaal. as t? b? mad? nreproof. News of the PUy World Suggestion for Playwrights as to Reason for Sway of Sunday Rs HEYWOOD BROl N h '. v leads?/ baits ?he ?how bui: r.eis becau?e he offers a more varied en'er'a r.rre- ie.r orno..on to ?ex, p'aywrigh'.? have allowed a num? ber si BtefBSl I ? lubjt-cts to drift out of the icope of the theatre One of these it religion. Although flsaeal ? ?irr ma?.r. r? |las * negler'ed by mer. who irrite ? 'He thestre. It doe? ?e'tn strange to u? that greater ?' s to fee the thrill ? ? ? ?? | : r . e-,', ?' Ged'l | i - ?nan teek admis preach a new birth in peach jam. Of cour?* -i?io good a show ma': te ?ecle?' ?ex. but he is also too careful an -"!'? - at te BVOCeed on the T-.'luer 'ha world. rear as? dr-,n*?ing only beca,.-- ?; ., ;i prenen'.a blfl and un?!'? cd Bgfl :? and over again we have the drima ?,i la oo serriag bis ??ven year?. _ ma'- i ? q-i n ? f?a'-h"!. BBl -idiieri drama of the * whi. m S . ?? i oa?i to Dama?? I ? * ha? ?on? ?if re?l ? , ? d '-ama. bu*, itraagely "nouin? into the I : t-.igion a? "The Blaaee Pesaos" and I . on" ware ? I ? Ketieeacfl com? rniag thfl ' edy no longer ?m th? ' it re, l'-?.' ' till somewhat ? (Jill * play "M.ge" ?I an BttBBSBl 'o IBSBSfe the?e Barriers sad make ?he thestri a ?U'taHie il-,.e 'erprera' on of thfl ? i. I ?rtumete, la? ??e- d, ?? thfl ffl h.imor-'. v.',,' aithoBt Justic? doe? , BBS public diitraat th? ?iiserabedi??. -? 1'. ha? come to be associated ? *v 'he "Mae'.er':nr? moan.'' '? ttts and moit of It green. On the o'her hand. ChsstsrtOB po.r.'? out that thire really ought to bfl a ?ataral life. bec.iu?e it would he "?B. He does no', even ask -rtf man should e\haBS| ?? fltSatH in thfl Of? te sztaad h;? ?risi*a; he merely ?how? the fcllv of fan X ex p'iii! BBS for those miracles ?BO have. is an entertair ig drams, de i like, the? rurally radical. -em? to u? entirely f.*?-.n?*- to call "Magic" a great play ia spite of th? j-.as little technical faeility <;<*urge i onan COBld improve "Magic." but he iou!(i not wife t. cheaterton. for .ni'ar.ce. doe? not know juit how , -.- i ,.n> on or 0ff a <tage and now and again lie ?"erget? a character and leaves him ??ra-.ded on the stag? with o l'he?e thnijs are not of great inomen? be- d? ?he fact the pla" tells Bancs seatifal and sug? gest? n. "A Bsrcflflflffll Calarn.ty" is a piay ta itit?t > .,. pa'son srith blue blood in n ? r? n? exclaim "No' half bad. really " Rep'?.!.-; to thfl eritieisaa '.bat the ?udder eh?n?re ?s' mood in ber play wn are Kummer replied: T te il thfl " Sew, Mi*.? Kummer i? a Afllichtfnl dramat;?t and "A Suc cesuful Calamity" is one of the most n!ea? ng eBtflrts?BB*eata sf 'he year, but its relation ?o ?,'e ifl only round-: about. A person is endowed with artistry f?'r no o'her reason than t? en? able h:m to look at life and then go and do a little better. "Lifl - ??- at " indeed! Does Miss KaflBBier thii ? -ne s Panais Hurst* A careful study of -ne American ini liais? ?? e Man ? convinces us ? ha Eaaliflh Bather has 'ormed hit? | estiSBates o'' ?n ? eountry from reading the articles of the other con?ributors to ' Hearst's maga.:inei. A exander W'ollcott '.tctured ? - ghl at the Columbia School of .lour ii great suetress. We thought it would run out the season. Teachers College Students Eager to Aid Counti Madman I eading One Nation Wreck Humanity, Warning of Dr. Russell Tss?!*> fve hundred ?laien" -?? Cellegc ?ne i mention to work for their coi ? m.i held at the Horace Mann \ s e.terd? .11 of t i :na* the war cloud ? io-ri ng tosrard Ai "Il -? ,, 'ne -flooring! i tiumaiu ' 4 clared !>r Ias?ell MH -.-? -n :n a ' W. ' Bohl '' goea on. Million? of peopia on t ? lea'ment '? I ., ds I '? ?? moving o way. Boot? there are *?ho dare to in lid ask the m?iiiT',;<! tat .'? ?s?, --.un th? ?01 ? I pacifist, bul 'hi? struggle mentally hetweea -n?t ? ? ? a' gover ' tig whii -?' ! bort] ?sis'? nri itatfl 'nf 'ne imtivuLiai ?notiid is I guide b I .,- 'ore''?' I After ? laoflch th? I ?.sas.? .... B? ara WINS HER ALIENATION SUIT AGAINST MOTHER-IN-LA*, Mr? Hales to l.e| $20.000 trtim Mr Molles ? -re Hale? . I 1 'ne Siipreni ron bar i r. . - -II. I. Mel had ?ueil for the .alienation sf the Bl ?saie? M e i toa H husban d?se; Ifl they 1 l cd a*. *h Mo-. ?. ? ahandor.men Haley *a.?l. ss | -rie in lluence of Ha?e;, 's mother All the part:?, concerned in the ac 'nave been twee married. .Mri Haley, ??hen ?m> B*SJ MTeatoea tear i. al. sloped 'rum a private schorl i Bastea H '.'??<' te marry Howard AJIofl Haley ?i? formerly married ta Mil llor.ore Fiench, daughter of a genera in the United State? Army. She d rorced Mr?. Moil? a -r the doatl si ?? ;..i-band. svas mairied to Thornto? I.. Motley, ? wealthy railr?>o**l ?uppl; mati. He -da fortune from hil ither ia Bo?*on. ? METROPOLITAN MUSEUM SHOWS LATE ACQUISITIONS Spanish Kontaneaque >. ulpture and Kalian ?? editing < he-i Among i*i??ala> s I rt Church ?( St. Leonard. Zamora, .Span, ?rhieh pre ?assaMy :'orr*ed a re'abie behind an ?. dedicated to th? ?a n'.'s worship, s an imp. ?? ? - ? ion to the Metropolitan Mu?e?im si Art. Thii of Romanesque BCalptarB ha? ju*t been placed on eihibition in the w,ng 'atire arts. I ? * aetiag aeeessiai - ? .? St. *? 1 L.-.i ? ho . ? ?Vsstl ?Id - .: ?play* of Italian art a ?triking specimen .1? a.sor.c. or ?-redding rhe?' o' fteeath eontury, purcna.ed at th? ?al? I- boan a beautiful ? ?' ? in gild?.' ge??o. Other ?r??ce? of red are a liai iraatil ? ***"alnii- cabin?*, an ?nd S Madonna ? ma?rer of th? Pelle ?apei pari C of print?, now ?, .*n M Ir?as, jr.. w?a i jre.torday, shawiag th? recent ?as, amurg whi-ii ? ? ?? a ?e* o*' ten colored etcrmg? hv Mary ('?.salt. given h* Fan'. ,1 Sachs, assistant direc? tor of v -? Museum a'. Harvard Univer.itv. He also gave trial proofs -, blech of ihree of the plate?, two , Miss t'assatt'a dry pot' as La Conn? et 1'Knfant." and fing!? ;mnre?s;oni of tna tini?he-< ??at?? Bl "fi-hi .loue" and "La Peaia? au Perroquet." 140000 Hare Faced Magistrate Magistrate llarinw announced ye?'?r day in Har hat h? had di? poaa.a) ,,? in.niiil ante? a '.ear ?<;nce hi? appo'.-tmert, fourteen .-??ars ago. He ha? kept a careful conn* of th? caiea ?*-?? ??m? before bias, and ?ftei hold I ? ???'ia*' OB ? harge? of ? ?',',"" the m?i . i announced thai ta? total ?a? HO,"K?0. 'City Home Rule in Education Bill" Comes Up Again ken.mmefiliations is Whitman s Message F.mbodied in the School Measure s ? i* er. 14 A mea* ne , na> actet sj-Jior?, the State De pai-raen' of EdBSBttOB, as the home rule n eduestiori bill,'* wa? m ?*.i n -ne latSffifllatar? to-day by ? w I har.e> i l^i ?woo?!, of Kings Bad ?a.??emblyman I.on? M Martin, of i. Cesunittsefl reore.en'ing the State Council of City Superintendent? sn.l the sttatfl Conference of Mayo:? cellabflra'ed in the prepara'.on of the bill, which nas been bef?te tWS pre rea, but never preise??. tamendatieBi m Getaner Wiut ?al message tfl 'ne I.egis rfl e,rhodied in 'he measure. ? patatiaoni reatorefl si piop* ? .*?. .?? are ('??,? ? o?i foi B beard el edecatiofl n sscb rity of -he ? .-is;?*, of no? ies? ihan thiee ? -nan nine member*?, excent in New V.,r r, i "y, thfl mSBBfll Iflctiag :???? liuai.i te reBaaifl uschaaged, and conferring broad powers ipon a board o'' education ?rhich no* BIS ? i an.i ie??i stod nider special statu??-? PiovisiOB fo? eeatiBsisg every mem? ber of the teaching or ??-.ipervisery staff ??' 'ne ?rhool ?y?iem of ea?-h city and -a real board ? ies stifles fer ? Provision for continuing thfl presen' I ?'ion te '?e financing -?ems. ? bill, according to me K?ucatioii Departmen'. do?, no? confer upon the depar'me'i!. the Regents or the Cem utirr ?,?' Kduca! kjh an*. peWBI *?es?- under ex?? ing la?*. a EDUCATION BOARD TO HAVE SUPERINTENDENT EMERITUS >enate Bill for < hui. e at Vlewher? <>ppsisK**ri al Meeting Thfl position of C 'y Supei .n'enden' Em?ritas -vas created at the Board of Education meeting yesterday by the adoption of ,? resolution offered by (?enera; Geeras H P/iBsjate, sad ? fed on July 1. -.,< V, ? hurt-hill Bad Arthur 8. Somej? were tne only opponents of the measure. They ??Wed that their yo?o? ??i?je<i ii the negative, stating ?"ought ?neie ?vas rea*on '?> thai the bill would protec me revs po?.' on I bfl heard went on record at? oppo*e?l ?o thi I ill which previdea ?na* bereugfa prei ,jer.-s ?call appoint, mem? bers at tue Board of Education, except 'or ?en members that me Mayor -shall ?p|.n i;: ironi the ci?y fll !ai?/e. flutter ai thfl ft.ttitSt fund ? .- eeflBfllitteei on elementary school?. ?rial and in?iu?trial training .. i resjaested from the Board of Ksiima'? for new builainge, addi? tional equipment and sites wa? laid over se that the details of tue dil trihutiofl could be in the hands ?,f ail BseBsben at the board. LE.N'ROOT OFFERS BILL TO KILL AJJAM?ON LAW \\.?,uiisin Republican Drives Vs. edge f.ir Fight oa H ilsoa K. R. I.egislatioa Washington, Feb. M.? Introduction - o-, leprflseatatiTfl Len'oet, ef '?*ir. Republican, of a measure designed a? a iBBSt?tBtS fer Pre? d?r.' Wilson'? railway i a bor bill, already subm.'?e?i by !>pre?en?ati*/a Aoamion. of i,*orgia," forflshsdowi a Wet y fig'at ?n ' n? Hoi?? BflfsaMicaai aie preparing to lin? up is support of the Lenroot b ?I, waic'n : permit employe? 'a i"-,?<e, hut ma?*? * COBtS 'it s-ci proo'h:'. ere* ? frei? ar.d- ?Bg wages o' o'nei g flay con'roveny with kit emnloyes or rais-.ng rates while dis e-e be.ng ia?refltiSJ8*t?sd by a irai board. The ?ee"on relating *o 'he orgamza ? on ai this board i? copied from the K<\ it -on b.'.l. TAXI KILLS BOY AT TAG I.ad Rana into Brooklyn Machia?? l>ies Before Hoapilal Is Reached ' nased by ano'ner boy ifl ? gama of tag ye?terday. ! ouis Rassno, seven ???ar? old, of "So'l Columbia B? '?et, Brooklyn, darted at Columbia and Col? ? directly in tha path of a taxiesb driven by Thomas Kagan, of SI Verona Street. Brooklyn. The bov was knocked down and ?**ai uneonsciou? when Fagan picked, him up, pU'-e-i bfl machine and drive ?? top -iiee.) ?., long Island College Hospital Physicians There pronounced me hoy oeao A technical charge of homicida waa Citced icxm-i'. Lactvo. iWW QNVAS SOLD FOR $3,000 Other American Paintings Bring High Prices at Hotel Plaza Sale FIRST SESSION'S YIELD IS $43,255 WyantV'A Gray Dav" and Moran's "Fiesta" Go to John Levoy Tber? ssas br.?'?; b ddir.g last n.gh* at ?he Hotel Piara at the first ?e?sion of th? tale by the American Art Associa? tion flf the collect'on of painting? by .?.?ner can am?!? mad? by Dr. Alexander C, Himjahreys. pre?.dent of S*even? In .titute. The e gr.-y-three picture? .old y elded tflfJM "Losv Tide Honfieu','" on? of Homer Mart.n'? canva--es. was ?old to Will am Macbeth for $.1,000. The painting, which ?how? a ?andy beach in the fore? ground, with a thatched hut near the middle of tie picture, svas sobl to !)? Humphreys by la?t night'? purchaaer in Mr Macbeth bou-rht the picture from Mr?. Agnes Parlai n Paris. It ?a? presen?.-d to her by Homer Martin shortly after it ssa.? pa: Th? box! beet at-ice ss?? $i.??oo, paid oy John Les oy. lor a Wyant, entitled] "A Gray Day " one of his pastoral ?cen??. The ?ame buyer gave $1,600 fag "A Venetian tiesta." a cans-?? by Moran W. T Cre?mer's bid of V ? purchased one or' Kaiige:'? canva.es, "A C?asele Mason's Island." and M Blackman gave $1.100 for another Ranger, entitled '?Valle;.- of the Somme " Following i? a list of the paintings that brought |4tl o -n tha title, the arti?*. 'he buyer and the price in that ordei: i ? m \? i ti? lean ? t? > Barly A .?iitth U a -id? H Kaxi.'a * .?o:l *0? awianala ai k????i??'' a*?t?n? J D si 1 ' ? ( . " ?>?? ????. " Daai? i ?a mt . at -Is? Dar W.'.krr o Henal i?rni| f,*t ? . l?a?i? ss T ?>????- ? ? A Uni l'a 'A a ? a 'a . ? ?0? *.-.- H.anlW. - SlaTUr S? SU:- I ?? ? aaj s?.- ? u. .. ? hud a?r ? Baa- ... I ? k ? ? > Han .. - . i.rs -, - . a ,- .1 K ?? 4?* ??.?-.? 4 ? in, ta? .??- - il ?..asi II ? ll, l,|. . . | : ,. | . ? . aw ?a..??' ? ' ' B?r.?t TH ...i M? ? ? s? s? ., .- ? ? - ? 1 ?i?? s i ?????- ? mm ? mac < -, ., . ' a a . , . . \4a- I. a a- ' ... - - ?I *?? i in S ? I' ? ?? , s , S,. ? ? . I 4 > II'. I . ? ? . ? li ?ma of ia? M .. . a?f.?!^d. H? rr R?, Har.il M? .?? ? : I ??' < ? '?' ?'???.*?. LVI l .. ? - 4?l . . sa W ??.int.. ?.? tea?t* ? ?lia- I . . a Ki ?an ?? tot I . - ' a '?? ''I * ? a - - . - - M . HI ..,??, . , ?... . | II' - - ? ? ' ? 40? ? - ' I a?. ?" , , i a ?!. - ? I MISS GERHARDT HEARD IN SECOND RECITAL I ?mi? ( ?irneir? Offering? Plea?* ?.?*? lian Hall Audience y -? deas Gerhardt il one of the ?Met -?a- ifsctory .iagen of lacrman *l?r .loss- bef?te o:r nabln.-. BOt be of any ?unreine so. at beauty, but b??au?e of bar intelli-rer.ee. f.ai'e an.i alt-: tsej a. rit*r] ?tal -ncond - setie? of .n-ima'e r?eital? was iield ?ft?! noon at "i 1 onieii. rheatre, bafon bb ?. of gOfl ' ?.?h? ? t deaorred Mi.? Gerhardt ase not at the begin? ning, la th? tsso Fran/ lOBgS, ifl hof best Miio?. bor toaoi Mossiag .light ? unsteady, hu' later, ??pecial!. T?chsikoflr?ky'a "!??? s*-ai r, ? !.er*e?trahl" sad El tl Wolf's **M&reheatM ri * flf ns ?as ?? aad? ingly beautifu. In the Wolf soag her piani.aimfl ?i? exquisite, and through? out hei er aad her feeing for nuance wafl worthy of high praise. Th? :ntimate surroundings of the Corneal. Theatre were thriee areleooae. After all, a ?mall auditorium is th? tru? set? ting tar a programme of song?. There wn also an afternoon recital in Aro'.an II.?!. ?rhflrs Lea - Ceraell wa? giving ario'h?r of hi? piano offer? ing?:. Mr, I uiT.'-.: ia ? -suable tech? BieisB, though ?omewha* <lr" h?,th Ifl tone and interpretation. He played D'Albei, 'i?-..)"e und Mu?ett?. *he Beeihoven Sona*a la D major, ?Jp. '-'?: -? humann'? "Carnaval" ?nd group? hj Debuaay and LiflSt, e ? -? 100 INDIAN WOMEN TO AID SUTFRAGISTS ON MARCH 4 Will Tak? Part In "Jetnonatration Planned for White Houae Ground. ::**? rvibir.? B-;r?? . "?'ashington, Feb. 14. -One baadrfld Inaian wom?n, *?? l??t the po..- ? power which ?'heir tribal relation? giarar'??d ta thOflS "when the brav?? of their tribe? became Aieencai (teas. B take par' ,n thai -uffrag? ?ierron;-r?* on which 'he < or***re?sionai plaafl 'o stage at 'he Whit,? Ho IBS grour.n? on March I Mr-. Dorothy Bile, "'? Bo.ton, ?rill be la charge o' t'n?m. For* gn svoir.en of ail national,' Frer.in. '.?rman \i?\ ?n. Rusa,an. An< trian. Spanish ?will al.o jefa oemons-ra'.on. CITY TO FILL WINDOW BOXES C'hildres This Year Will Share Mould Ie Be Placed in Park? i -y rr. ,'dien may fill their window boxes this i-pr.ng fioni piles of mould, to be placed ?n 'he park? by th? !>? partraent of Parks, ? ommis.ioner ?,'abot War?! announced >*?terday at slanch con given by the Women's Municipal League ?'. the Hotel MeAIpm. r move ?s not. altogether aitrn ? i- " he said, "for in 'unes past the children have helped them?elve? any? way, without improving the appearance of UM par? To Mark Doue-lass'i Birth ? olonel William Haywar?! of *p.? Public Servie? < ommiasion. will repre? sent Governor Whitman at a celebra? tion of th* one hundredth anniversary of ta? btr'n of Frederick Dougiaa*. ar? ranged for to-night by the negro ?en? ?f N?w York. The celebration will We hold in *t Mark? Method ?? Koscopal Church, :.'$l W??t Kiftythirdl <t'ee>. ?olonel Ha/?*ard it commander ' ef tha Hth lnfan*rT, \ r, \. y. ?h?' acera re?im?**?t eraran.ittem laat retir. I FANNIE WARD IN NEW FUJI Jack Dean AI?o Seen to ?.d* an tage la "Winaing of S.llie Temple'* Farn .? Ward, ifl "The Winnin?** of Sallie Temple," was shown in ihe Ts? mount projection room yesterday. Miss Ward is delightful as .?allie, the Lee don music ha'l girl, who impersonatflf Lady Pamela Vauclaln and steal? fa? ' hear* of her guardian. Jsck Dean appear? to better ad-raa i tage than in any of his recent roles. As a rule, on? feels that he is m ?rely Ftuinie Wards husband, but aa Lord tetase?/ ho ha? a part a? full of ep pertBailiea ?? that of the star Dean is ene of the few men who look well with ? goatee, and then he ?.ears a ?ort of Rob Roy costnm? which remely becoming. Ai*o ho i? right on hand when it come? to tight ing, whether it be sword play or fist play. an?l so he wins Sallie Temple. e i? an actres? at the DraTT Lana Theatre and the benefactress and idol of the people of Pump Lane, where ?? e?. f I.anr i? owned bv the Duke of Chatto, who proses an oppre??ive land? lord ? soi ? .**a,'e and proposes ta eve him her lo?ro, and ifl return he will give the Jsvall er? in Pump Lena free real It is ?hen Sallifl goes to impersonate Lady Pame'a. who ha? marr-ed with? out the con?er.t of her guardian, that ?he gets into trouble, for the rj*rdlea retara? unexpertedly an.l immediately deed-? to marry h;? ward aid ?ho is forced ? ? r-m a??ay ILLNESS BREAKS UP FAMTLT Aid for Wife and Children \sked ?S Husband Fight? for Lifo A tall young man. holding hifl head high and with s look of ??mbitious IB? deper.i. it him. might have been seen any da> dur.ng the la*t B>fl vear?s? as he cro?>t*d the fitv to and from his work Hia happy wife, a comfortable ' >????<?. his own future ar,?i '.hat of his babies to plan tor made life aa msptr ng thing- to work ou' i plans wer? em?hed i'v the doctor's ?erdict that hi* troablfl s?.me cough ?va? the flr?t stage of to berculosi?. Ke.t. ii.edom fr?.m wortT r*?i a r ?rerfl 'he only thing? ?a inch held out a promise of recover**?/. W th ? ,> ?i tel te fall back on 0' relatiee? to help the doctor's diges? tions seemed like a cruel satire, sad Thoma? /. felt that ail he muid ?o ?m 'o work on a* long a* ,,o??ihle. Some one told the Charity Org?nica? lesietp of th? tragedy, and at tho promise of the society to look after his wife and children, Thorna? 7.. has gone ?i fight bark te good heai'-h. To car? tor five year-o'.a Annie, three year-,, ?? and an eight months' old baby and their mother ?be sue i ?sty ask? for help la raising a? leaat lie** for *he next few months. Gifts for th? ?aid be sent to the office of th? Fas'. Twentysecond Streeru Hospitai to Keep Charter A? a meet.-g of the Sta'e Roard ?B? >?? sad thst the evi?ier.ce brought out m the recast gatiofl ropin Hofl' pital. 1 Jiith Street and Fifth At?nao, did not Jufltify the revoking of the hoa charter Tha board, howarer, ?.?saied the bbj>1 eatieaa f"r chartere m?de by the Je** ?h Rereiring Hem? Society of Brooklyn ?nd the Firs' Ladies' Day N'ureery of The Bronx. What Is Going On To-day I mm . ? Aanfl-a , Muaauot ,*f N? h.,. ?-. .'.i. ?i.,' .a. ,*t An ?rd IB? a ._ l.a, a? ? - ta Aara?ai?'.!e ????*??? ?. ? ? ? ? Biwa-l.ir, ?fl *?? ar a ?? ? . .,.?. a-, i-**? Seaflk aatav - ?, it, s at ' s p av ?..?.? ? eaiurs ... ' ? ? ?a? . Atemmtn a ? a It an *?? ? t . ?-.. .?.-i ' '. .? af s.w. T (fl <?' , CO , . . ' . It .la r I"1.?!*? ?f 1 a> " x? tat Bfl ? Wo , ,am : . . , '.?r*? ?*** eussk aa? ? ' N?a S tax. - ? , ?*ta.s s ' ? , ? ? et \ ' * taa. t <* ? ?? Toe., nan s ?1 V>?,t?. ? 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" ~^ teVSomt >? i? a r*??- r**?*..? 1?,*,^^ ?< - i i.?.ia< ? ? it Mt ><.-fa-a> It IfflJ. ? DIM - -s*ratji THK BR.1-.T itlit itt'trn ?emmax a.-r.-wl. :???n .?? ?? 4- -, HoMom ? ? T eooar.a a* I -, , . mrr? It>aa t ? ? -m I .. - SV*-,?, ?* > a. ? H k+% ?ir W?Uon A ?win? - .ra ?>' lita uut Btaa! ' a ?.*? ' ? i ?-?i I.o V .-raeit I Analjaa t Comarm. \' , M?rr O ?,,?? . ['- ? ? - ? ? Miu Margaret HawkesWorth annouTKet that she hat sextrrd all relouons \ei(h the Parause Room m the new Rtisentreber dmg.